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IFS organises and participates in a large number of conferences, seminars and briefings each year. If you would like to receive emails with details of forthcoming events, please sign up here.

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Upcoming events

Upcoming event
Date 26 June 2018 | 18:00 - 21:15
Location Royal Society of Arts
Availablity Places available
This is the twelfth in a series of lectures and debates being organised by the CIOT and the IFS to promote debate among policy-makers, opinion-formers and the wider tax and economics communities on the future of the UK and international tax systems.

Past events

Past event
Date 04 June 2018 | 09:30 - 13:00
Location RICS
Availablity Bookings closed
40% of the growth in the UK’s workforce since 2008 has come from people working for their own business. This event showcased new IFS research on the characteristics and behaviour of this population and discussed the design of policies aimed at promoting small business.
Past event
Date 11 June 2018 | 14:30 - 17:15
Location RICS
Availablity Bookings closed
At this event IFS researchers drew together the conclusions of a programme of research carried out over the last two years, which sheds light on individuals’ saving for retirement and how different sources of wealth are drawn on through retirement.
Past event
Date 20 June 2018 | 10:00 - 11:30
Location The Building Centre
Availablity Few places remaining
At this event, IFS researchers will present the key findings from the latest in the series of flagship IFS annual reports on living standards, poverty and inequality in the UK. Funded by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, the report will analyse living standards in the UK up to and including the latest year of data for 2016-17, while setting this in the context of the very latest developments in pay, employment and inflation.